The HP 2533t Mobile Thin Client offers increased protection of corporate data.
HP (NYSE:HPQ) has introduced the new HP 2533t Mobile Thin Client, which combines the company's thin client and business notebook technologies to enhance data security and improve reliability. HP also has plans to expand its Remote Graphics Software technology to provide a rich media client virtualization solution.
The new thin client offers increased protection of corporate data and software applications by storing files on a secure, centralized server. No data resides on the actual mobile thin client, so sensitive company information is not compromised in the event of loss or damage. As with traditional desk-based thin clients, the 2533t is a solid-state system with flash memory and no moving parts for faster data access and cooler operation, improving overall reliability and product lifespan. It also features the HP DuraCase design, an incredibly strong outer casing.
"Today's news is the latest example of HP's building momentum in the client virtualization market," Roberto Moctezuma, vice president and general manager of HP's Desktop Solutions Organization, said in a statement.